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items as of 24 January 2020, updated 18 February 2020
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U.S.A. Second Model Remington Rolling Block split-breech (aka "Dog-ear") carbine (56-.50 Spencer caliber) mfg. by Savage Repeating Arms Company in 1865. This is a very rare U.S. military carbine that was authorized in October 1864, but arrived too late to be issued during the U.S. Civil War (1000 were delivered in September 1865, the remaining 14,000 in March 1866). Remington then bought back nearly all 15,000 that had been produced, and in 1870 resold them to France (at a respectable profit) to see service in the Franco-Prussian War and very few made it back to the U.S.A (they are rare in France as well, however, due to German confiscations during both WWI and WWII). This carbine has seen quite a bit of use with the external metal (which was not blued, but case-hardened) having mottled surfaces (but no rust). The bore has very pronounced rifling but isn't very bright, and the action is completely functional. The stock is surprisingly sound with very BOLD U.S. military cartouches on the left side of the butt. The buttplate is stamped US and just above that is a copper plate stamped 129 (likely a rack number). Very rare, not import-marked PHOTOS . . .
$2400. REDUCED! $1950. $1750. Antique, no FFL
U.S.A. Model 11A MILITARY SHOTGUN semiautomatic 12 gauge # 496969 mfg. by Remington in 1940. Very Good or so condition, with 60% dull military blued finish with some worn areas. 26" barrel with a gorgeous mirror-bore, totally functional, with doubtless authentic U.S. military markings on the metal. Buttstock has clear FJA cartouche on the left side. The buttstock has some issues with cracking where it meets the receiver, and should be replaced before firing. Not import-marked, scarce, and still a desirable example of a military trainer. PHOTOS . . .
$875. $575. C&R
FINN Model 1891 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle # 22397 (7.62x54R) barrel mfg. by Tikka in 1941 on a hexagonal receiver. Very Good condition but not much bluing remaining on external metal (likely just over-cleaned). Bolt body numbered 22397 (matching), magazine-floorplate and buttplate scrubbed. Bore is mirror-bright and very strong (muzzle has NOT been counterbored). Two-piece Finn buttstock has some scuffs and scrapes from actual use with wire sling-swivels, includes cleaning-rod. PHOTOS . . .
ARGENTINE Model 1909 Mauser bolt-action cavalry carbine # A9617 (7.65x54) mfg. by DWM in 1910. Excellent condition, with nearly full bluing on most parts, receiver in the white (as is proper). Bore is excellent and extremely bright, Argentine crest above chamber clear. All-matching serial numbers except stock, which has some of the expected handling-marks. PHOTOS . . . $675. C&R
PERSIAN Model 98/29 rifle # R9437 (8x57) mfg. by Brno in 1931. Excellent or better condition, with all-matching Farsi serial numbers. Internally perfect with a mirror-perfect bore, wood is walnut with some contact-marks and abrasions from palletizing and a couple small inventory-stamps, but shows no signs of actual use. PHOTOS . . . $825. C&R SOLD
FINN Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle # LT3862 (7.62x54R) mfg. by Izhevsk in 1941 and [SA] Finn property mark on left side of barrel-shank. Very Good condition with 60% or better remaining bluing on all metal parts with a round receiver and and a mostly bright bore (has NOT been counterbored at muzzle). Full serial number stamped on bolt body and buttplate, magazine floorplate not matching. Russian one-piece stock has the expected handling marks. Includes cleaning rod and leather sling swivels. PHOTOS . . . $375. C&R
U.S.A. Model M1 Garand semiautomatic rifle # 4246581 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Armory in March, 1953 with SA 3-53 original barrel. Excellent condition, with full gray Parkerized finish remaining on all metal, bore is mirror bright (TE = 3.0, MW = 2.0) with very strong rifling. All postwar SA-marked small parts, A4 over 8-64 inscribed on right side of receiver (beneath wood). Birch stock with walnut handguards has a few scrapes. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $1025. C&R
U.S.A. Model M1 Garand semiautomatic rifle # 2304555 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Armory in December, 1943 with undated Winchester barrel. Excellent condition with most Parkerized finish remaining on all metal, bore is bright and strong (TE = 2.25, MW = 3.0). This rifle has all-correct WWII-era SA-marked parts with uncut op-rod. Walnut stock has many dings and handling marks, with clear SA / NFR cartouche, handguards are a much lighter birch, the rear one having numerous dings on the right side from contact with adjacent rifles. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $925. C&R
FINN Model 28-76 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action target rifle # 52330 (7.62x54R) ASEV1 barrel mfg. in 1977 on an 1897-dated Izhevsk receiver. Excellent condition with nearly full bluing on all metal parts and an excellent mirror-bright bore (NOT counterbored at muzzle). Matching bolt (2330), numbers on magazine floorplate scrubbed (as usual). Includes aperture front and rear sights, Nice birch right-handed target stock with one small circular plug on right side. A very lovely example. PHOTOS . . . $1950. Antique, no FFL required SOLD
JAPANESEType 30 Arisaka bolt-action infantry rifle 286408 (6.5x50) mfg. at Koishikawa in c.1906. Excellent condition with full original bluing, bore appears strong but is quite dark. Mum has been ground. No matching serial numbers (I have not removed it from the stock to check assembly numbers). Bolt has hook-safety. Stock was heavily sanded some years ago with the metal being quite "proud". Includes cleaning rod, not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $475. C&R
ITALIAN Model 1891 Mannlicher-Carcano bolt-action infantry rifle # 1P9578 (6.5x52) mfg. by Terni in 1918. Very Good condition with 80% or so bluing turning brown, bore is mostly bright and strong. Has un-numbered straight bolt. Stock has early 1920's refurbishment cartouche and is force-matched with many ding and handling marks, left side of handguard chipped with minor piece missing. No cleaning rod, not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $425. C&R
SWEDISH Model 94 Sporterized Mauser bolt-action carbine # 1795 (6.5x55) mfg. by Waffenfabrik Mauser in 1895 with bent bolt. Excellent condition with 90% or better original dark bluing (none on magazine floorplate). Bore is excellent and extremely bright, was professionally sporterized in the 1950's with very pretty Fajen walnut stock and Williams peep receiver sight with marble-type hooded front sight. Bolt (and all bolt parts) stamped 309, bolt-release and magazine floorplate stamped 95 (matching receiver). Not import-marked, a very light and handy antique carbine, quite attractive. PHOTOS . . . $1250. Antique, no FFL required
SWEDISH Model 96 Mauser bolt-action TARGET rifle # 885 (6.5x55), mfg. by Waffenfabrik Mauser in 1900. Excellent condition with matching bolt, bolt-parts and buttplate, remainder not matching. 95% original finish, decent wood with adjustable target pistol-grip affixed with two existing screws. lovely beech replacement stock and handguard with very few handling-marks. Military rear sight leaf has been removed, has SODERIN rear peep-sight adjustable for windage and elevation adjustable tunnel front-sight with circular insert. PHOTOS . . . $875. C&R
SWEDISH Model 96B Mauser bolt-action rifle # 265525 (6.5x55), mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1910 with straight-bolt and threaded muzzle (with plastic washer protecting the threads). Excellent condition, with 95% or better original bluing on all parts. Has very strong markings and a very bright and strong bore (disk marked 6.51/3). All visible serial numbered parts matching except for cleaning rod (as usual). Walnut stock has many nicks, dings and handling-marks from actual use, range label tacked on right side. PHOTOS . . . $525. C&R
U.S.A. Model 03-A3 Springfield bolt-action rifle # 3988264 (.30-06), receiver mfg. by Remington in September, 1943 with RA 9-43 barrel. Excellent condition with 95% or better full Parkerizing on all metal. Bore is mirror-bright and very strong (gauges TE = 2.0, MW = 0.5). Walnut stock has light handling marks. PHOTOS . . . $1250. C&R
CHILEAN Model 1895 Mauser bolt-action rifle # K5934 (7x57) mfg. by DWM in 1898. Very Good condition, with 70% or better original bluing on all metal parts. Chilean crest above chamber is quite clear. No matching serial numbers. Bore is strong and mostly bright. Walnut stock having 1895-dated Chilean cartouche has many dings and other handling marks from actual use. Missing cleaning rod. PHOTOS . . . $395. Antique, no FFL required SOLD
JAPANESE Type 38 Arisaka bolt-action carbine Series 2, # 10221 (6.5x50) mfg. by Kokura Arsenal in c.1936. Very Good condition with much bluing remaining, no matching serial numbers, mum ground (as usual), missing cleaning rod. Bore is strong and mostly bright, buttstock has original finish with some staining. Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $425. C&R
JAPANESE Type 38 Arisaka bolt-action short rifle # 958328 (6.5x50) mfg. at Nagoya in c.1920 as a Type 38 long rifle, and later modified at the Chigusa factory of Nagoya arsenal with shorter (25") barrel and stock. Excellent condition with full bluing on all major metal parts. Mum has been ground, bore is extremely bright and strong. Bolt (and all bolt parts) numbered 186 (not matching). Missing cleaning rod, walnut stock and handguard has original finish with scrapes, dings and other handling marks. EXTREMELY RARE and desirable configuration missing from most specialized Japanese collections. PHOTO . . . $650. C&R SOLD
JAPANESE Type 99 Arisaka bolt-action rifle Series 7 # 37933 (7.7x58) mfg. at Nagoya in February-May 1944. Excellent or better condition with full original bluing. Bolt and all bolt parts stamped 430 (not matching), mum appears intact at first glance, but closer examination finds a two tiny cuts (likely caused by a bayonet) in a X shape on mum. This type has ladder rear sight with peep, cylindrical bolt handle with grooved safety knob. Cleaning rod missing, stock and long handguard has been refinished with a reddish stain. Bore is very bright and strong. Not import-marked, functional, and quite attractive. PHOTO . . . $525. C&R
SOVIET Model 44 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action carbine # GK6173 (7.62x54R) mfg. by Izhevsk in 1948. Excellent arsenal refinished condition, with 95% or better bluing on all metal parts. All matching serial stamped serial numbers, bore is mirror-bright (has NOT been counterbored at muzzle). Buttstock has some minor handling marks, most finish has been removed by handling. Includes cleaning rod. PHOTOS . . . $395. C&R SOLD
SWEDISH Model 94/14 Mauser bolt-action carbine # 62663 (6.5x55), mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1915. Near Excellent condition, with 85% or more intact bluing. Matching serial numbers on all parts except for rear sight. Has a sharp bright bore, straight-grained walnut stock and handguard. Includes sling-buckle, has mandated muzzle-extension. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $875. C&R SOLD
U.S.A. Model 1903 Springfield bolt-action rifle # 945279 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Armory in 1919 (high-number) with SA 8-42 replacement barrel. Near Excellent or better condition with most Parkerizing intact. Bore is excellent and mirror-bright (TE = 3.5, MW = 1.75). Buttstock and handguard has original finish, with many dings and handling marks to prove it. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $895. C&R
U.S.A. Model M1 Garand semiautomatic rifle # 2596143 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Armory in February, 1944 with original SA 3-44 dated barrel. Excellent condition with full light gray Parkerized finish on all metal, bore is quite nice (TE = 2.25, MW = 2.75). A WWII-correct Garand with unmodified op-rod. Has nice walnut stock with faint SA / GAW cartouche, quiote a few handling marks from actual use. Not import-marked, with CMP certificate of authenticity. PHOTOS . . . $1750. C&R
U.S.A. Model M1 Garand semiautomatic rifle # 3427044 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Armory in January, 1945 with original SA 4-42 dated barrel. Excellent condition with full gray Parkerized finish on all metal, bore is quite nice (TE = 2.0, MW = 2.0). A post-WWII Rock Island Arsenal rebuild Garand with all WWII-era parts and modified op-rod. Has nice walnut stock with RIA boxed cartouche. Not import-marked, with CMP certificate of authenticity. PHOTOS . . . $1350. C&R
SWEDISH Model 96 Mauser bolt-action rifle # 504155 (6.5x55), mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1923 with straight-bolt and non-threaded muzzle. Near Excellent condition, with 85% or better original bluing on all parts. Has very strong markings and a very bright and strong bore (no bore disk). All visible serial numbered parts matching (non-numbered cleaning rod). Beech stock has many nicks, dings and handling-marks from actual use. PHOTOS . . . $475. C&R SOLD
AUSTRALIAN No.2 Mk.IV* bolt-action single-shot training rifle # D7581 (.22 Long Rifle) mfg. by Lithgow Arsenal in 1942 as a No.1 Mk.III* rifle, and converted to .22 LR in May, 1947. Excellent condition with full oil-blacked finish and quite bright and strong bore. Bolt handle stamped 7581 (matching), left side of buttstock has very strong 6/47 dated cartouches. Wood is nicely preserved with only a few of the expected dings over the past 70+ years of service. Scarce to rare. PHOTOS . . . $825. C&R
HUNGARIAN Model 44 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action carbine # BF2560 (7.62x54R) mfg. at Budapest in 1953. Excellent or better condition, with nearly perfect bluing (some rub-marks on left side of magazine assembly) and mirror-bore. All-matching numbers as-issued except for buttstock, which is from a Soviet M44. Some scrapes and scratches on wood from handling and storage with usual crappy shellac finish. Nice examples of this rifle have seriously dried-up over the last decade. PHOTOS . . . $425. C&R
SOVIET Model 38 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action carbine # IT2910 (7.62x54R) mfg. by Izhevsk in 1943. Excellent arsenal refinished condition, with 96% or better bluing on all metal parts. All matching STAMPED serial serial numbers (with letter prefixes, mag floorplate re-stamped to match). Bore is mirror-bright (has been counterbored at muzzle). M-44 buttstock (with bayonet groove) has very few minor handling marks, includes cleaning rod. PHOTOS . . . $475. C&R
SWEDISH Model 96B Mauser bolt-action rifle # 343526 (6.5x55), mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1915 with straight-bolt and threaded muzzle (having metal thread protector). Excellent condition, with 90% or better original bluing on all parts. Has very strong markings and a very bright and strong bore (no bore disk). All visible serial numbered parts matching except for cleaning rod (as usual). Walnut stock has many nicks, dings and handling-marks from actual use, but is far from ugly. PHOTOS . . . $525. C&R
U.S.A. Model of 1917 bolt-action infantry rifle # 421741 (.30-06) mfg. by Eddystone in November, 1918 and refurbed (as nearly all were) in the mid-1930's. Excellent condition with 95% or better Parkerized finish on metal and a very bright bore. Barrel marked by Remington (Eddystone's owner), stock has rectangular cartouche on left side containing 3GM-K. Includes leather Model 1905 sling. PHOTOS . . . $950. C&R SOLD
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